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Owner of Indemnity
By Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
Tuesday, January 06, 2009

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A Dark Story Poem...

ADOLPHE BY: WILLIAM ADOLPHE BOURGUEREAU- November 30, 1825 – August 19, 1905

 

 

 

Owner of Indemnity

 

Repulsion astutely stood by the stone gate of immorality;

made sedatively of sorrows repellents to forbid love’s addiction.

The gleam of golden rod were thrown beneath a heaping pile of rags;

which were saturated with life shrieking echoes of temerity’s grief.

The solemn banks of broken glass were covered on the somber pier of regret,

like malicious  sand castles of broken dreams constantly prodding revealing scars,

the charcoal seagulls were a narcotic torpor, tinged by shades of blood red.

Destructions apathy walked like a sordid drunk miser of molesting contempt’s,

singing ole glory of some hated retribution of life’s nasty greed’s of lusted pride.

Spheres of shadows crawled across the vengeful rocks of passing judgments;

like insubordinate ashes across the dooming murk of the vaulted ebony sky.

Peek a dilly was the wastrel of fetishes, and always looking inside a voyeurs’ stolen eye.

Beneath the tasteless gristle of dinner, as the plates turned into saucers of poison,

elusive secrets drank from the cup of hidden shame…pondering another refill;

just like ole jack hammering the jigsaw of nightmares unaware of minion’s evil.

But the shadows danced across the walls like that slaved cancer stick lit on fire,

cloaked by the thunderous lightning bolts of iniquity smoking another blunt.

Fiendish prowlers lurked with all the criminal morals of an alley cat gone astray;

revolting obnoxious questions of self righteous savants, kneeling to vomit the truth.

Wickedly repulsed by their cruel owners of indemnity,

foul purposes followed ploys into the stench of those loathsome hungers;

being stoked for good luck;

while apparitions’ of reality’s subterfuge continue to stroke deceptions,

never knowing the senses of life…

 

 

 

In Joy, In Peace, In Grace, In Harmony of Love

Embraced ~ Embrassé

poétesse d'amour ~ poétesse romantique

Copyright© 2009 Poetess Victoria L. McColley

 

 

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Reviewed by Jon Willey 1/9/2009
the black hole of Calcutta is a brilliant light relative to the darkness herein -- did romance take the a-train from your Muse? --this is overtly intense Vickie -- your writing is brilliant -- I only wish it was wearing a little smile, "Romantic Poetess" -- may peace,love and joy be always with you --- JMW
Reviewed by 000 000 1/7/2009
Dark? More like a blackout for the mind!
Whoa..where did this one come from Romantic Poetess?
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 1/7/2009
My goodness! Who turned out the light? For a dark poem and I haven't read many, this is very much alive with stuff which desires to cling to my consciousness. The darkness undulates in these lines.Excellent for a dark poem.
Blessings J'nia
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 1/7/2009
If you ever been in Autralia's aborigin's domains, some nights you will hear that kind of music which can call that kind of thoughts where rage and fear mixed with outrage, acceptance with andrepulsion and love with cruel owners of indemnity.
An impervious to argument poem, an extraordinary one.
A dungeons philosophy?

Georg


Reviewed by Rose Rideout 1/7/2009
Vickie I have to agree with Micheal, this is very dark and there are a lot of issues here. thank you for sharing.

Newfie hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Michael Eads 1/6/2009
I think somebody has some serious issues here. Itís dark here!

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